UnDivided (Unwind Dystology Series #4)

UnDivided (Unwind Dystology Series #4)

by Neal Shusterman
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UnDivided 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 48 reviews.
HaleyB More than 1 year ago
Words can not express how I feel about this series. I could not put any of these books down. This final book came together nicely. I'm usually good at guessing what will happen in a series, this book had me going. It makes you think. People who read this series probably think its just a normal fictional book. I think what Neal has done with this series is made it so young adults can understand how big companies and rich people basically control the world. I bought the book yesterday and I finished the next day. I love how he writes the books in the views of the people. Everything always comes together in a way that will shock you. I feel like a lot of people will not like the series because of religious views. This is a series that takes a few leaps off the deep end and anyone who reads it needs to have a clear and practical mind set. Nice job Mr. Shusterman. I will be buying other books you have written. I can only hope they are as good as this one. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not one to normally reviewbooks but I feel a series this powerful needs to be read by the world. Neal Shusterman brings all of his characters to life in this book and makes you want to fight for them. He makes you think about what's going on in the world around you and question whether his story could come true. I feel eveyone should read this so that we don't have to ask ourselves "God, what have we done?".
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I haven't read it yet but im reading unsouled and im like in love with all the characters i feel like im a part of the story and when i read the books its like im in a whole other world with connor, risa, lev, and cam. I LOVE THIS SERIES.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My heart stopped. This is quite possibly the best book I've ever read. usually No way in hell could I have guessed the ending of this book. It all came together very nicely. I don't usually review books, for they are usually not worth my time. But the world needs to know about this book (and the whole series). Around the end-ish of the book, my mom told me to read outside because I was crying, yelling, and breathing loudly. If you are having any doubts about this book, I hope this clears things up,.... BUY THIS BOOK. I wish there was a higher rating than 5 stars.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hard to put down.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
There's not much for me to say other than this series is probably the best I've ever read.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazed by the chanracters, plot, and everything.
quibecca More than 1 year ago
*** may have spoilers, because this is the 4th book *** This series has been so great from the beginning to the very end. Each book got better and better. This book was no exception. There is so much going on in this story, that at times I felt like there was no way out for the characters I have come to love so much. While I scream at my book for them to do something different, it's like watching a scary movie and yelling at the TV for them to "stop"!. You know if they take certain steps something bad will happen. It's so frustrating, and so aggravating, I cannot make myself stop listening. Grace may be one of my favorite characters that has been brought into this wonderful series. She is considered a "low cortal", and has never been expected to do much because the world didn't deem her smart enough. Well, well, well...Miss Grace shows just how smart she is and helps these "seasoned" AWOL S's how to get out of bad situations. She is hilarious to boot. Risa and Conner are still just as fabulous, but their relationship is so aggravating. In an "I can't get enough of them kind of way". They never seem to see eye to eye on anything until it comes right down to the heart of things. Then they realize they are all on the same page, just going about it in different ways. Ugh, just be happy together dang it..kidding. They kept things interesting that is for sure. Starkey, nasty, nasty Starkey. I didn't like him from the very beginning, I knew he was going to turn out to be a turd. I cannot say I was saddened by his downfall at all. I wanted just one of his people to stand up to him...When they finally did, I was in a happy place. Nasty, nasty Starkey. It's always the people who think they are doing what is best for their world that seem to do the most harm. Power, makes people do strange things. Lev, about made me want to throw my phone a few times. His little pretend "clapper" moment made me so angry. Boys. Always trying to be the center of attention. He is a great character, but when he decided to tattoo himself I knew he had a horrible plan in mind. I cannot say enough wonderful things about this book. Shusterman is such a fantastic writer. The narrator for this series is phenomenal as well. I am sad that the series has come to an end, but so glad that it ended the way it did! It made me love the series even more. Series give me a lot of anxiety. I know that sounds silly but they do. They suck you in at the beginning making you "HAVE" to buy the next one and the next one, but if they don't end well for me it ruins the whole thing. Then I am just mad. BUT, when I do get into a series, and like this one they just keep getting better, and better, I am sad when they come to an end. Try this series. Read or listen and you won't be disappointed. It is a fabulous series. and Shusterman is a brilliant author.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
In the beginning I thought this was going to be an embarrassment to the series, but towards the middle it picked up speed. By the end, the book came to a high speed end that leaves me eager to read the next installment.
MyndiL More than 1 year ago
What an emotional ride this book took me on.  I suffered the losses and near losses with so much pain you'd think they were real people and not just characters in a book.  I was so drawn in and immersed in the story that the characters were like friends, or enemies, but people I KNEW in my own personal life.  It's a wonderful thing when an author can make you relate so fully to the universe they've written and get you so involved that you feel the pain and joy and other emotions of the characters as if they were your own.  I would definitely recommend this series to all readers, especially fans of the dystopian genre.
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You must read this series. I loved it! The first book was a little hard to get into but the second and third pulled me to the end. I miss reading it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It held through the series fought off predictability fairly well. I am pleased with the series and wish more of this genre could hold to the same standard .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Biggest plot twist ever
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post this on three other books than look under your pillow
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sdnatasha More than 1 year ago
In this final book of the Unwind dystology, we finally get to see if any of their efforts in stopping unwinding will have any effect on the world, and if people will be able to finally see the likes of kids like Connor, Risa, and Lev as worthy and capable of being a part of society. Of course, that depends on society. Too many times for me, I found the events happening so unpredictable, I didn’t know how the author was going to get the characters out of the situation they were in. Sometimes I was met with relief, sometimes with shock, and sometimes with sorrow and heartache. The final book didn’t just encompass the lives of Connor, Risa, and Lev. It pulled in the stories, if just a glimpse, but a very enlightening glimpse, of many other faces of this dystopic world. Throughout the book, the author takes his time in giving the readers the details of each character’s plight. He doesn’t rush things, and he certainly doesn’t give too much away. He weaves and knits the pieces of the story together, bringing all the characters and events in at just the right moment and in such a way as to make us believe that what type of major change in society could happen would happen because of said events. What I found in this story was how much it scared me. Not for the idea of unwinding in our own world, but how he uses real world fact and functionality in his books to show the readers just how manipulated we can be. Throughout much of the book, the situations the characters are caught in are fraught with danger and even hopelessness. I am not ashamed to admit that I shed several tears for some of the characters in the book, even characters that I didn’t think I should shed tears for. Maybe it’s me, and I’m much too empathetic, but I do tend to feel heartache when a character has regret or despair or sorrow, probably more so than when I feel happy for a character’s luck or love or hope. As for Connor, Risa, and Lev. They are not perfect characters. None of them are. They’ve made mistakes, crazy mistakes throughout the series, but still, they are better whole than they are apart, both figuratively and literally. Shusterman doesn’t let these characters stay the same. They are very much different in many ways than what they were in Unwind. I felt for all the characters, even the ones meant to be the villains. The thing about the villains here is that they are human, too. Well, at least physically, they are. For the most part, each has their own story, and we’re able to see into some more than others. And we’re able to see that most of us are not inherently evil (obvious statement, maybe, but still good to be reminded of once in a while). Most of us are just making our path in life. Most of us are just trying to survive. Shusterman shows humanity at its worst in this story. But he also shows the regret of some of our decisions. And he shows the possibility of redemption and forgiveness. And hope. Because of that, I find this book to be much more than the sum of its parts, but as a whole, a very interesting and insightful take on humanity. Let there be a good lesson learned for every abled body out there, whether you’re in one piece or not.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I would read this again, and already have recommended this series to friends
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed the first three books of this series very much. The beginning of this book wasn't very enjoyable, but it gets better. This series reminds me of my own family and how messed up life can be sometimes. I definitely recommend this series.
CelinaWalters9889 More than 1 year ago
i recommend it to all people with a kick in their taste for books
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This book was absolutely amazing! I literally couldn't put it down! After finishing it, my heart was pounding and my breath was taken away. The many events came together at the end perfectly and couldn't envision a better ending myself. I am sad that this great series has come to an end, but am truly happy how it ended. Cant wait till they make the movie!
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